Lukas Podolski’s move to Arsenal is making him a more complete player, according to Germany coach Joachim Low, who named him as one of the very few “indispensables” he has in his squad.
According to Low Podolski is a player whom he can always rely on:
“I can only say positive things about him, even when he does not play,” said Low.
“I have always been able to count on him for many years. That makes him indispensable for us. Even if he did not always start games, I always rated him very highly.”
Playing in the Premier League along with his national team-mate Per Mertesacker is adding another string to his bow, according to Low.
“I always said it would be a good move for him,” said Low. “I think the progress he is making at Arsenal is very positive. He always has such a positive energy about him and is benefiting from his experiences with Arsenal.”
Podolski only cost Arsenal £10.9million when they signed him from Cologne this summer, which looks like a steal.